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How Could Learning a New Language Help Your Career?

If you have ever been tempted to learn a new language then perhaps you were most interested in getting a new hobby or in making your holidays easier and better.

However, is it maybe time to consider whether a new language could also be a big help to your career? The following are some of the best reasons why becoming bilingual could provide you with a big boost in your career.

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Direct Line Launch a New App for Landlords

Letting out property is a brilliant financial plan but it can be a time consuming and complex business. In fact, it seems safe to suggest that one of the reasons why many people get put off the idea of being a landlord is the time that they feel they would need to invest in it. Apart from that, there is also the fact that you need to be organised and keep control of a lot of information.

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Monthly benefits and universal credit

Some eight million people are set to receive Government benefits in a completely new way. Universal Credit is gradually replacing the existing system of support for people on a low income, by combining various benefit payments into one monthly sum. You can find comprehensive guides to the Universal Credit system at

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Should we ever stop learning?

In some ways my last day of high school seems as if it was only yesterday and in other ways it feels like an eternity has passed. On that day I remember thinking that the days of relentless learning in a classroom were finally over; little did I know that in reality the days of learning were only just beginning. I don’t think we ever really stop learning in life and when you think about it we shouldn’t, the world is constantly changing and moving forward and if we remain static then there’s a chance that at some point we’ll get left in the shadows.

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How much should you spend on your first home?

Buying your first home can be nerve-wracking, exciting and exhausting all at the same time. When working out how much you can afford to spend on your first home it can be tempting to view houses that are at the very top of the maximum figure you are allowed to borrow. Is this really wise though?